♡ “I RECOGNIZE MY CONNECTION”
Thank you again for visiting my Blog Page as we come together for “I RECOGNIZE MY CONNECTION” from this multiple part series on Affirmations | for a Sexual Abuse Survivor | Part 20. You can find additional Inspiration & discover more about me on Reality in Balance.com. If you haven’t yet viewed Part 1 of this series, please do so by clicking here.
The length of this series, which is set for 52 weeks is for you to become more familiar with your strengths and weaknesses as a sexual abuse survivor. We encourage everyone to go at their own pace & to know that the doors will always remain open for questions as a community or individually towards your healing.
If you are currently being sexually violated in any way please inform an adult at this time immediately. For your discretion, there are 24/7 Hotlines available for questions or aid here @https://www.rainn.org/, or please also check with your local county for other resources and advice for your safety.
➠ KNOW THE STATISTICS @
Respect others' boundaries.
Ask for consent.
Intervene when someone's in trouble.
Notice the warning signs of abuse and speak up.
Nurture myself and others
♡ Sexual abuse aided an authority of isolation & seclusion that not one thing or person could seem to reach for some time. Distrust of people occurred during those moments of violation when an unrest Spirit was born. Sexual abuse did fixate on an empty place within that could receive no visitors.
I felt disconnected from my family & perhaps even myself and was okay with that. But to progress, heal, & grow part of me will be one of my greatest lessons yet. I admit to being so well acquainted with feeling isolated that connecting may be extremely “nerve-racking” at first. Although, when I look within, I am acutely aware of a need to feel naturally connected to the cornerstones of myself, others, reality, & my Spiritual source.
My sense of connectedness will continue to develop as I rightfully acknowledge old feelings of isolation & loneliness as it arises. Sometimes, I may find that I feel the most isolated when I am repressing emotions, but to express my honest feelings will create a trusting bond with myself & my child-within.
I am willing to reach out to others to reclaim an outer scope of perception in this reality- especially when feeling the most alone. Giving a voice to my needs & also taking action on them will destroy my past offender’s scheme to keep me isolated & mute forever.
I will often recall that I’m most capable & deserving ofbeing connected to spirit and self in a healthy & life-supporting way.